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Baltimore considering 6 teams for police reforms monitor

(The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Six teams are vying to become an independent monitor over police reforms in Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun reports that the six teams were chosen as finalists from a list of more than two dozen applicants for the job. The team selected will ...

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Baltimore prosecutors can guide police behavior under consent decree, legal observers say

Baltimore City Stateís Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby addresses the media July 27 in west Baltimore, with a mural depicting Freddie Gray behind her, after charges were dropped against the three remaining officers charged in connection with Grayís death. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

The consent decree governing police reform in Baltimore is 200-plus pages mandating sweeping changes for how the city’s officers interact with the public and handle allegations of misconduct. But it does not give any instructions to a potential key player ...

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Federal judge denies request to intervene in Baltimore consent decree case

(The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

The federal judge overseeing the Baltimore consent decree litigation has denied a community group’s motion to intervene, expressing his belief that the government will “diligently enforce the decree now that it has been entered.” Community Churches for Community Development Inc. and ...

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